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With the temperature 59 degrees at first pitch and fog rolling in that at times became so dense fielders struggled to see fly balls, the Nationals were battling more than just the Chicago Cubs after they fell behind 3-0 in the fourth inning of a 5-3 defeat.
Travis Wood made it look pretty easy in his last start against Milwaukee. The left-hander struggled in the rematch, however.
Until Carlos Quentin drove a two-run, pinch-hit homer off the facade in left field, the San Diego Padres' offense had been pedestrian against Travis Wood of the Chicago Cubs.
Other than one bad pitch, Chicago Cubs left-hander Travis Wood had a pretty good night.
Marco Estrada's struggles and a punchless offense doomed the Brewers.
Travis Wood got into trouble in the first inning when he walked the bases loaded before retiring Khris Davis on a grounder that kept the game scoreless.
Travis Wood made a beeline for fellow pitcher Jeff Samardzija's locker. He wanted to apologize for all of that run support.
Paul Konerko is a spot starter and pinch hitter in his 18th and final major league season, and he is determined to succeed in his new role.
Rick Renteria went nose to nose with home plate umpire Tom Woodring in the fifth inning, upset with the strike zone and his slumping team.